Keith Sharp
Math of Finance/Investment/Credit
Lecture Framework: Retirement Calculations
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Keith Sharp
Math of Finance/Investment/Credit Fall 2010
Lecture Framework Part 2 (second month approx.)
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Keith Sharp
Math of Investment
Lecture Framework
Net Present Value, Measurement of Yield
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NPV for Evaluation of investments
Ct Cash flow at time t
C0 Initial investment
Keith Sharp
Math of Finance/Investment/Credit Fall 2010
Lecture Framework Part 2 (second month approx.)
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Keith Sharp
Math of Investment F2010
Lecture Framework Part 1 (First 4 weeks approx)
Revision Oct 13, 2010
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Keith Sharp
Math of Investment F2010
Lecture Framework Part 1 (First 4 weeks approx)
Revision Sep 26, 2010
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Nominal Rates of Interest We might talk about a particular bank account as having an effective
annual interest rate of 25% or a discount rate of 20%, (because 1.25 =1/(1-0.2) ). Possibly for
advertising purposes we might also correctly say that it has an
Keith Sharp
Math of Finance/Investment/Credit Fall 2010
Lecture Framework Part 2 (second month approx.)
Note: it is expected that these notes will be revised, updated and posted again on the site during the term, so
you may wish to save on your hard drive
Keith Sharp
Math of Investment F2010 Lecture Framework Part 1 (First 4 weeks approx) Note: it is
expected that these notes will be revised, updated and posted again on the site during the term,
so you may wish to save on your hard drive but not necessaril